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director of nclr, the national center for lesbian rights headquartered here in san francisco. welcome back, good to see you. >> great to be back. >> let's be clear. sometimes people get a title and it washes them over quickly. national, you mean with problems, legal problems and issues for the entire country here from-from-san francisco. >> that's right. we're based here. this is where we were founded in 1977, and we do work now all over the country representing the entire specto rum of the lesbian, gay, transsexual and gender community. >> let's start with the marriage issue. >> sure. >> it feels like a straight wound watching this back and forth and back and forth and it's different in this state. what is the status right now? >> it's really thinking. -- interesting. i think you're right. it's been back and forth and a bit of a seasaw. the truth is, we're only trending in one direction, and that is greater support for full inclusion and equality for same-sex couples in marriage and every other facet of civil life. >> uh. >> we have -- uh-huh. >> we have seen a lot of amendments spanning
at 2800 webster street suite 505 here in san francisco. you can call him and contact him at... thank you for being here, doctor, and natalie, for being a glowing example of what we may all look like. stay right there. we have treats ahead. . >>> welcome back. have you ever dreamt of the perfect cookie experience? well, if you are like me, you love cookie monster and your cookies. i have my special fashionista friends here. you are so great. you two are in business as a mother and doctor making, in my opinion, the best cookies ever. >> we have to agree with you! thank you. >> how did you get the idea to start bumcies and go in business together? >> initially, brenda, any mother taught me to bake these cookies, tasty cookie, when i was 7 years old with my brownie troop. he had to go to the orphanage twice a year and we would take our baked goods. i asked her to bake cookies after watching her do it for years. and then she would let me help mix to begin with. then i got older and started baking, making cookies for everyone and it took off from there. >> so, these are your mom's r
davis and san francisco chronicle political reporter, paula maranoochi, welcome back. >> thank you for having us. >> i know you mow 2 political beat. >> my chain has been less than a bit, but i have had a little exposure to the real world of it. >> on the conventions, campaign trail and new hampshire together, it is an exciting election year. this one i think will come down to the wire. >> you think it will be really, really close. >> yes. >> i think a lot of people are predicting the same thing. >> maybe not in california, but when you talk about the swing states, it will be nerve racking. >> ohio seem to be that way. >> oh, yes. >> i want to ask awe few things about the presidential race in general and then we will get to the propositions. first of all in the debate and ever since, everybody is talking about reaching across the aisle. congress? grid locke. everybody agrees on that. can anyone make these five work together, do you think? >> not unless basic philosophies change. we have one philosophy that says you don't tax peoplenick than they are now and the other says if
. >> and when might we see it in san francisco? >> it's hard to say. and i think one of the years where 3d is useful is for younger women who have dense breasts and so the studies that have looked at that are suggesting that 3d mammograms, which, again, look at the breast from different dimensions and have a machine that goes over the women's breast and to give a better picture of the breast is useful, particularly in women who are younger with dense breasts. >> huh. >> and and i think there needs to be more research looking at this before it's adopted widespread and as a basic screening tool. >> okay. we're going to take a break and come back and have more including the standard of treatment right now and what you should be doing. can you prevent breast cancer and what you should be doing at what age. when we return. . >> welcome back. we're talking with mindy goldson and in addition to her practice, she has the fund which provides women with breast cancer. she would like us to say not alternative but complimentary options to improve the quality of life and we'll talk about that in a seco
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